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Elemental Draw

Dotmatics has released a new chemical drawing software designed to increase the productivity of chemists in the industry and in academia. Elemental Draw completes Dotmatics’ Elemental Suite of applications for sketching chemical entities, which includes the Elemental App for mobile devices, Elemental DB which enables scientists to search chemical structures within the freely available 1.2 million ChEMBL chemical dataset, and Elemental Plugin, designed for developers needing to add structured sketches to their applications.

Elemental Draw enables scientists to draw, edit, save and print structures and reactions for publications or for querying and reporting. It also includes an extensive set of property calculators as well as comprehensive query features. Elemental Draw can be used as a standalone application or can be fully integrated within the solutions that make up the Dotmatics Platform.

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